Analogue Neo

Dec 2, 2014

Category: Tech

Any seasoned gamer recalls the gorgeous visuals of the NeoGeo system in the early 90s. Back then the $599 price tag was out of the range of most consumers, but now that we’re older, hey, how about a $1,499 system?

The Analogue Neo is an all-in-one NeoGeo arcade system that brings back some great games with a sophisticated retro flair. It’s handcrafted from 100% ash and finished through a process of ebonizing. Designed to have all of the original features of an SNK Big Red MVS cabinet, the Analogue Neo features an original SNK MV1C motherboard, genuine Seimitsu Joysticks and buttons for two players. If you like, you can also take the old school vibe one step further thanks to compatibility with ancient televisions via RGB, Component, S-Video, and Composite connections. Of course it also works with moderns TVs as well. Just 20 (numbered and sign) units will be built. [Purchase]

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